Future All-American Day 3 Standouts

The final full day at All-American camp is in the books! Several players demonstrated strong work ethics along with solid play on Saturday. Below, we run down a few standouts from another full day of action:

Nkosi Cooper (Suffield Academy ’19): Nkoski Cooper has been getting after it all week here in Reading. Cooper locked down defensively, and came up with several steals. The 6’2″ guard is a speedster in the open floor who can handle the ball and finish with touch in traffic.

Jake Betlow (Montverde Academy ’19): What a week it has been for Jake Betlow. The lead guard sets the tone for his team on both ends of the court. Betlow consistently picks up his man full court. Betlow has a very strong skill set highlighted by a very efficient perimeter jumper.

John Bol Ajak (Church Fam School ’19): Jon Bol Ajak takes serious pride in protecting the rim. The 6-foot-10 big man owns a ridiculously long wingspan, and knows how to stay vertical when challenging shots. Bol will also not hesitate to finish strong over a defender in the paint.

Jordan Cooper (Southeast Raleigh ’19): Jordan Cooper has been dynamite this week at Albright College. The North Carolina native is a hard worker who gets it done on both ends of the floor. Cooper creates plenty of room for his jumper, which he gets great elevation on.

Paul Mulcahy (Gil St. Bernard’s ’19): You have to love the way Paul Mulcahy has been leading his team here at Future All-American. The talented 6’4″ guard is an exceptional passer who can also score it from a variety of areas when called upon. Mulcahy is a team-oriented player who enjoys making guys better.

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